Source:Diario Oficial El Peruano (Lima)
Posted: Friday, November 18, 2016 Updated: Friday, October 20, 2017
Another bill has been introduced in Peru's Parliament, by Congresista Karina Beteta, which would make October 31, Reformation Day, a new paid annual non-working public holiday in Peru (con carácter de feriado no laborable).
A similar bill to declare October 31, Reformation Day, a new paid public holiday in Peru (con carácter de feriado no laborable) had been introduced in Peru's Parliament, almost a decade ago (2008-11-11), but went nowhere.
Around the same time (2008-10-11, 2008-09-20, 2007-11-22, 2007-10-18 and 2006-11-10) Chile declared a new annual public holiday in Chile bearing the same name as that proposed in the 2 aforementioned Peruvian bills, the Día Nacional de las Iglesias Evangélicas y Protestantes.
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